Debuting in Fallout 3, the Shishkebab is, at its most basic level, a sword made of junk that’s on fire. In honor of the blade’s return in Fallout 4, a fan decided to make a real one. It went terrifyingly well.
This is a life-sized mask of a Cubone's skull. It's very pretty, but if you know enough about Pokémon to understand what it is, you'll also freaky as hell.
Want to emulate all the fun of being Khaleesi with none of the horse-heart eating or general misery that's dogged Daenerys in Game of Thrones? This amazing gift set by Etsy user Kilroy's Attic should get you part of the way there, with this gorgeous ring moulded to look like Dany's baby dragons. D'aaw!
It's maybe not so weird that there's not been any merchandise for Interstellar yet. I mean, it's not really the sort of film that craves action figures. But if there were toys of the weird robots from the film, I'd buy them in an instant - or, as Redditor Espiffany did, build some!
This mahoosive model of the Eclipse-Class Super Star Destroyer from Dark Horse's Star Wars: Dark Empire comics more than lives up to the excessive grandeur of the Imperial Navy. Just as it was ridiculously oversized in the comic, it's ridiculously (and awesomely) oversized here.
I was thinking the other day, 'You know what every Kitchen in the world needs? A giant model of Ravage!'. It would seem that I was not the first person to have this thought.
Fantasy Flight Games' X-Wing miniatures game is very cool - so cool that it's still part of my gift guide suggestions 2 years after it came out. But now one fan has made a board fit for playing it on, and it looks awesome.
The image of Baymax's pudgy form busting out of his armour suit was one of the first we saw of Big Hero 6 - and now it's formed the basis of this neat bit of 3D printing.
It's D'kora past D'deridex! If you love the myriad ships of the Trek universe, this elaborate hand-made clock might just be for you.
Okay, so this rendition of Han Solo's trusty ship might be made out of the literal junk Luke Skywalker thought it was, but that doesn't stop it from being outstandingly gorgeous.
For the past few years, designer Anthony Herrera has released designs for people to make their own beautifully intricate, Star Wars themed Paper Snowflakes - and he's returned this winter to give us even more lovely designs!
The One Ring has many powers, but considering it's a) a ring and b) made of nigh-invulnerable magical gold, it's not the easiest thing to rest your weary Hobbit-head on. This adorable version of it solves all of those problems (with none of the magic, of course)!
Cindy Williams may have put a crazy amount of hours into crafting this Dragon out of Paper Mache, but man, looking at that thing? Totally worth it.
Duct tape, is there nothing you can't do? Maker Jacob LaRocca recreated the Firefly-class ship using loads and loads of the shiny silver stuff. See how he did it.
This leather bag crafted by Esty user Forgiantica Leather is a delightful recreation of Bag End's front door - complete with Wizard graffiti!
Ever wish you had a set of CliffsNotes for design? Now, thanks to online education company Open University, you do. This series of short videos covers the basics of six different major schools of design. They're a fun, animated way to learn a little bit about the movements that took us from late 19th century's Gothic…
This honor goes to "Mummified Cat Slam Dunking A Mummified Bird," which up until recently was for sale for a discount $750 buy-it-now price (via Geekologie). Because if there's anything that distinguishes you as an individual of taste and distinction, it's a barf-out effigy of Bastet schooling Horus on the basketball…
Who remembers that disgusting bone pistol from David Cronenberg's eXistenZ ? If you're in the market for something similar, New Zealand artist Bruce Mahalski and jeweler Vaune Mason are offering a duo of bone pistols for the starting price of $1,500 New Zealand Dollars (a smidge over $1,200 American dollars):